Honeycomb Attenuator Case Studies
MACH has developed the following series of CPD's to share knowledge and experience that will result in better, greener buildings.
MACH Products: Honeycomb Attenuator
Learn more about MACH Products' Honeycomb Attenuator. The Honeycomb Attenuator is a highly flexible but specifically designed product to overcome the clashes between natural ventilation and acoustics.
MACH Acoustics' own publication exploring all aspects of sustainable acoustics.
USK WAY RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT-NEWPORT
MACH Acoustics have been appointed to carry out an environmental noise survey and subsequent assessment for the proposed residential development
WEMBLEY ALTO, NW06
MACH Acoustics have undertaken a detailed review of the proposed acoustic design for the residential areas of this development. This executive summary provides comment on the areas of design which MACH Acoustics would like draw particular attention to.
UWTSD Environmental Noise Assessment
MACH Acoustics has been appointed by Stride Treglown to undertake an environmental noise assessment at the proposed site of the Library and FACE development, University of Wales Trinity St David, Swansea.
Batheaston New Village Hall Noise Impact Assessment
This report discusses our understanding of the goals and aspirations of Batheaston New Village Hall, their setting within the community and how this has led the acoustic design and process undertaken for the project.
Report: Facade Optimisation For A Primary School
This report looks at the optimisation of a façade of a small primary school block, so to achieve the best possible performance in regards to acoustics, daylight, ventilation and energy use.
Example Report: Allies and Morrison Office
MACH was asked to provide advice on acoustic treatments for the Reception space and atrium with Allies & Morrison’s office.
Example Report: Imperial Tobacco
MACH was appointed by BAM Construction to provide acoustic design advice for the second phase of the proposed Imperial Tobacco development in Bristol.
Example Report: Keynsham Town Hall Atrium
The design of Keynsham Town Hall is such that the open plan offices, lobby, café, breakout areas and some office spaces are connected through voids, creating one large open plan building.
Example Report: Keynsham Town Hall Design Report
MACH was asked by Willmott Dixon to review the likely acoustic performance of the open plan office spaces at Keynsham Town Hall.
Grand Central Hall - Guide to Music Space Design
This document is intended to provide some design rules-of-thumb to consider for any auditorium project when setting out the building layout, the room shape, height and what finishes to use.
Case Study: Winford Primary School
Winford school is located directly under the flight path of Bristol Airport, as such noise ingress is a significant issue. During the design stage of this building several design options where reviewed.
Case Study: St Peters Primary School
St Peters school is located in relatively close proximity to the M5 and as such, environmental noise levels are too high to allow for natural ventilation through openable windows.
Case Study: Rogiet Primary School
Rogiet Primary School is a timber frame building, located between the M4, M48 and in close proximity to the intercity train between Swansea and London.
Case Study: London Academies
London and West London Academies, two large £30M+ Academy are both designed around a natural ventilation, incorporating cross ventilation.
Case Study: Llwynderw Primary School
Llwynderw Primary School is a project in Abergaveny that MACH Acoustics worked on in partnership with Stride Treglown Architects and Willmott Dixon.
Case Study: Hertfordshire Law Court
The Law Court at the University of Hertfordshire is a £10M advanced facility, including a full-scale courtroom with public gallery, a working law clinic, a purpose built mediation centre and a dedicated CPD suite, as well as a large number of offices and classrooms.
Case Study: Dartington Primary School
Dartington Primary School is located in close proximity to the A384; a large busy road.
Case Study: Bristol Universtiy Graduate Centre
MACH Acoustics, in collaboration with Capita Architects, was involved in the sustainable refurbishment of Bristol University’s Graduate School.
Case Study: EEBW Vale Learning Zone
The Learning Zone lies at the heart of the regeneration and redevelopment of the former steelworks at Ebbw Vale, the largest regeneration project in Wales.
University Lecture Notes
University lecture notes from the UK’s fastest growing acoustics company, MACH Acoustics